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SHADES OF BLUE

Friday, 07 October 2016

SHADES OF BLUE

The mesmerising waters of Myrtos Bay

When you arrive at the panorama of Myrtos beach, next year, you will be amazed by the stunning colours of the sea! There is something you don't see every day...

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Greek Honey

Thursday, 02 June 2016

Greek Honey

The healthiest sweet

Honey is the natural, sweet substance made by bees from the nectar of flowers, for their own nourishment and it’s quite popular all over Greece.

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The glorious Aenos Mountain of Kefalonia

Wednesday, 09 March 2016

The glorious Aenos Mountain of Kefalonia

Kefalonia can be distinguished from a great distance as it is dominated by Aenos, the massive, ‘Black Mountain’, lost in history.

The highest mountain in the Ionian, Enos takes its name from the black pine (Abies Cephalonica) that once covered it completely and grows nowhere else. It has been a national park since 1962, known for its wealth of wild flowers. It’s also home to a special breed of pony, Equus cabalus.

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6 ideas to turn your Kefalonia beach experience into a spectacularly memorable one

Tuesday, 12 January 2016

6 ideas to turn your Kefalonia beach experience into a spectacularly memorable one

So, you’re planning to visit Kefalonia this year, the largest and greenest island in the Greek Ionian Sea, famous for its many wonderful beaches, fine sand and calm, crystal clear waters and wondering what you can do on the island’s brilliant beaches, beyond snoozing, swimming and sunbathing?

Blessed with beaches ranging from rolling stretches of sand to hidden pebble-filled coves, Kefalonia’s gorgeous coastal landscape boasts a myriad of watersports and other activities that take enjoying the beach to another level – from turtle spotting to planning a barefoot wedding.

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Greek Fine Gastronomy in the International Tourism Sector

Tuesday, 17 November 2015

Greek Fine Gastronomy in the International Tourism Sector

Hotels in Greece are famous for their quality and warm hospitality they offer. In addition to excellent service, comfortable rooms and contemporary services, food is always an excellent indication of true hospitality, especially if it is a really good food.

Greek gastronomy has recorded a history of around 4,000 years, with especial characteristics based on pure and unique quality goods produced on Greek land. In fact, it was Archestratos who wrote the first cookbook in history (330 B.C.). If you were to travel all over Greece, crisscrossing it from coast to coast – east, west, north and south – you’d be astounded by the abundance of exceptional foods and the unique traditional products that you’ll discover.

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28081, Greece
Tel: +30 26740 61089
Fax: +30 26740 61986
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